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  1. Lovely clear skies with a good haze. Got a good tailwind there too. Graham
  2. Ditch the weather engine, half the price and sell it as a texture package only.
  3. When you boot P3D you will see the splash form appear for UTLive as it loads in the background. No need to start UTLive yourself as mentioned above
  4. Exactly. Snake oil. That could easily be a screenshot from a FS2004 weather product and people would still be fawning over it claiming it is the best realistic looking screenshot of weather in FS ever!
  5. Same here in the UK but with names. Whenever there is a car accident it is always somebody called Debbie that ends up worse off. On the news it will report "An accident involving 2 vehicles now on the hard shoulder of the motorway and there is Debbie is on the road so take care passing". I always think poor Debbie.
  6. X-ray has X in it too. Maybe one of the team has broken bones thus holding up everyone else and all the arrivals planned for 2018 have been delayed by a year. All this puzzle solving is just to keep you entertained so that nobody notices how the year passes by quickly .
  7. After looking around the web it seems this app does not yet exist. I can't believe it is not possible to assign these commands in default P3D. May just create something myself.
  8. Anybody know which of EZCA, OPUS, ChaseCam etc has the ability to use a joystick axis for movement. eg assign up and down axis to move forward/backwards but if holding down button 1 then it will zoom in/out, hold down button 2 will look up/down etc I need a multi functional axis/button combo setup yet I don't know which one, if any, will do that. thanks
  9. With the low cost of hard drives I am surprised that so many still use one drive for simming, gaming, work, college etc. I strongly recommend having a 2nd drive with Windows purely for simming to eliminate all the background nonsense
  10. Easy resolution - Skip the FS2Crew products and fly the whole aircraft yourself. I do. Not much work in the cockpit to do anyway and once past the takeoff stage the program is redundant anyway until landing and that can be done easily alone. I bought the NGX FS2Crew but still to this day have never installed nor used it and I still have no intention of doing so. Waste of money in my view.
  11. If you know what to do then buy another HD and a copy of Win 7 and create a dual boot system. That way you have the best of both.
  12. With the introduction of OrbxDirect I assume the workload will be far less now for updates/upgrades.
  13. The posting I read is here From Mir - "Just a note that we will be discontinuing the use of Addon Manager and Couatl starting this year." http://flightbeam.net/forums/viewtopic.php?f=32&t=2416
  14. I have a 50inch TV running on my gaming PC (GTX 970 and i7 3770k) at 1080P and my P3D rig (as per sig) on a Dell Ultrawide 34. In my P3D rig I also have a 2nd SSD with Windows 10 running Steam. I use this rig also for games such as Dungeon Siege, Witcher 1, Starcraft, No Man's Sky etc. Running at 3440^1440 is immersive indeed for these type of games. I prefer the P3D rig for the games mentioned above. Definately get an ultrawide if you will also use the rig for more than FS. I bought mine not long after Jim did based on his review of it.
  15. The good thing is that Flightbeam are updating their sceneries to disband with Couatl. Once this occurs then I will purchase a few. I've heard of the problems people have with the Couatl process.
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